New Course: Implementing a Hybrid Cloud Solution in Azure

Tim Radney, 2017-12-11

My latest Pluralsight course – SQL Server: Implementing a Hybrid Cloud Solution in Azure – is well over two hours and long and is based on part of my popular workshop/precon that I have been presenting over the past 18 months. This was a fun and challenging course to develop and record.

The modules are:

  • Introduction
  • Understanding Azure IaaS
  • Understanding Hybrid Solutions
  • Understanding How to Create and Manage Azure VMs
  • Migrating Databases to Azure VMs and Scaling
  • Understanding Azure SQL Database and Stretch Databases
  • Monitoring Options with Azure Portal and SSMS

You can check it out here and I hope that you enjoy it.

SQLskills now has over 170 hours of online training available (see all our 56 courses here), all for as little as $29/month through Pluralsight (including more than 6,000 other developer and IT training courses). That’s an unbeatable value that you can’t afford to ignore.

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